FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ANORO ELLIPTA

User Comments:


For COPD “I have used Anoro Ellipta approx. 6 months now previously used 2 other lung medications for several years without much relief having to use my rescue inhaler several times a day. Since my Doctor changed my 2 previous meds to Anoro Ellipta and one other lung medication I can’t believe the improvement, I have breathing now that I thought I would never have again. I would definitely recommend giving this medication a try.”

Cheyenne (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 2, 2018


For COPD “I just started but so far it’s been amazing I can breath again The lump in my throat is finally gone after nearly 3 years Tears are running down my face and yet I can still breath Can this be real and please god I hope it lasts My rattling chest is clear and I can finish a sentence without my nose dripping and my rattling ole cough is no more”

Glinski January 30, 2018


For COPD, Maintenance “It seems to work for me.”

RogB67 (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 29, 2018


For COPD “I truly believe that I was allergic to all of the meds I have been taking for the past 7 years. I started taking Anoro Ellipta 4 months ago and with the first inhale I could feel the oxygen hitting every cell of my body. It was the best feeling in the world. Still today I feel the same. I never use the emergency inhaler anymore. I have very severe COPD I thought I was going to die every day for years but now I think I can live another 20.”

jackieturner (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 9, 2017


For COPD “Best inhalant I’ve taken, all was fine until my teeth started to fall apart, and in a short time 4 molars are gone and I need implants and another medicine I guess, I want the teeth I still have to stay, if they will. If they go too I will return to Anoro Ellipta, what do I have to lose then?”

Daid (taken for 1 to 2 years) November 12, 2017


For COPD “Started Anoro 6 weeks ago. I was pleasantly surprised the first day. No rescue inhaler needed and walking 15 to 20 minutes was easy. Then I started having pain in my legs and thighs. It kept me awake at night. I also have sleep Apnea, so this is becoming an issue. I believe I will need to start on a different medication for my COPD. Very disappointed.”

Cheri C October 12, 2017

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